The Land We Love was an influential, post-Civil War magazine in the American South that ran from 1866 to 1869. The journal featured original stories and poetry, articles on military history, agriculture, and other topics, informing a Southern perspective. Includes the index for Vol. Many of the features appeared in serialized form, including Gen.Hill's s varied remembrances of the war, titled "The Haversack". Other miscellaneous pieces include Gen D. Hill's twelve page Report of the Battle of Chickamauga; Gen. Wade Hampton's Report of the Battle of Chickamauga; war recollection of College Hospital in Gettysburg; Wounding of Lieutenant-General T.
Jackson; Sketch of Gen A. Hill (by a relative); a ten page article on "The Enterprise and Energy of the South"; original southern poetry e. "Our Confederate Dead, " "A One-Armed Soldier's Story, " "The Land We Love" and fiction, including work by Fanny Downing and Margaret Junkin Preston; book reviews; correspondence; articles on southern agriculture and livestock; and profiles of Virginia homesteads Belmead: CSA Gen.George Cocke's residence; Vaucluse: Judge Abel P. Each issue concludes with several pages of advertising, typically but not limited to schools, academies, and hotels.
Civil War, periodical, history, Confederate States, Confederacy, American South, United States, Chickamauga, Fanny Downing, Margaret Junkin Preston, Philip St. Upshur, agriculture, Daniel Harvey Hill. This item is in the category "Books & Magazines\Antiquarian & Collectible". The seller is "boydrarebooks" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.